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That's it in a nutshell. You turn 60,  you buy a couple of pubs for a laugh,  you want the death penalty brought back ( for the staff, like), you start voting Bastard, you watch Graham Norton on the telly and before you know it, people are calling you The Man.  What's that all about?
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What could possibly be moody about a teenager?
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An endless round of balls (parties and social events) / Re: 50
« Last post by franzkafka on Fri, Nov 17, 2017, 21:22 PM »
Purple Rain was great too
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Thank you. Adult tickets have been bought. Looking forward to it. Apologies in advance for moody teenager.

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Hiya,
Does anyone know if bairns can attend the weekend shows and if they need tickets? We will be visiting Edinburgh the weekend of 16 Dec so we could pop over for the Saturday 3pm gig but would have a 6 year old and a moody teenager in tow.
Thanks.

Hello - bairns can attend for free, but make sure you grab your grown ups' tickets soon for the weekend of the 16th is a popular choice, cheers!
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An endless round of balls (parties and social events) / Re: 50
« Last post by franzkafka on Fri, Nov 17, 2017, 16:37 PM »
Particularly enjoyed Baby you can drive my car and No reply, not to mention Donl let me down. And he says he doesnt like Los Beatles!
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An endless round of balls (parties and social events) / Re: 50
« Last post by Cameleon on Fri, Nov 17, 2017, 16:08 PM »
Devastated to not being able to make it to Crail last night.  Ian told me about the Beatles covers when I saw him this morning.  What a way to finish this leg of The 50.  Is it possible to deliver Psalm Clerk in 23 ways?.....Oh Yes.  There's the Disco version!  The Salsa Remix! The Dave Clerk Five!...... Boom Bang a Kwaing!  The Psalm lies down on Broadway! Hunting High and Creosote! Jesus and Mary Clerk with Geeko just on one snare!  Bring it on.  You may be crazy Kwaing but we're just as crazy to support you any way we can!
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An endless round of balls (parties and social events) / Re: 50
« Last post by Lavinia on Fri, Nov 17, 2017, 15:51 PM »
22 the last covers night, as in the New Year it's new rules. 

We were treated to a very organised set with Des, Geko and Kenny spreading themselves out a bit more. First half was covers of Gummys  set at Neepso so we had a bit of Dolly, Bowie and Jesus knows ( or Kennys Nose) second half Bealtes songs it was another great show which was well attended although there were some women who were out for a blether rather than a listen in the corner. 
Now for the 23 shows in December can't make them all but since they are all the same no need to tell you all what is being played.

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Hubbub / Re: The 6th Rule of Mix Club ...
« Last post by Cameleon on Thu, Nov 16, 2017, 11:11 AM »
Oooh! Thanks Chaffinch.  Particularly enjoyed hearing King Biscuit Time again.  Imarhan and Loose Fur are both excellent choices and really pleased you included Broken Down Cars from FOUND.  Never thought I'd hear Third Uncle from Eno again.  Takes me back to my teenage years.
Fully deserves the solid seven and a half, if not more.
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Hiya,
Does anyone know if bairns can attend the weekend shows and if they need tickets? We will be visiting Edinburgh the weekend of 16 Dec so we could pop over for the Saturday 3pm gig but would have a 6 year old and a moody teenager in tow.
Thanks.

There have always been children at any of the East Neuk Hotel shows I've been to this year. Don't imagine the December shows would be any different.
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